5th ENCLE Conference – 3rd to 5th July 2017 – Newcastle (UK)

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ENCLE, in association with the International Journal of Clinical Legal Education (IJCLE) and United Kingdom Clinical Legal Education Organisation (CLEO) is organising its 5th ENCLE Conference, entitled “Bringing It All Together: Clinical Legal Educators in the 21st Century University”, from the 3rd-5th July 2017 at the University of Northumbria, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. 

Please find all details of the Conference at the conference website.

The schedule can be find here and the presentation abstracts are available here

Please note in addition, that on the occasion of the conference, the ENCLE General Assembly will take place on the 4th July 2017 (@ 17:50 BST). Please find the agenda of the General Assemble, where also a new ENCLE Board will be elected, here

 

 

UK and Ireland Streetlaw Best Practice Conference - 7th-8th September 2016 - Hosted by The University of Birmingham Law School

On 7th and 8th September 2016 CEPLER will be hosting the Inaugural UK and Ireland Streetlaw Best Practice Conference at Birmingham Law School.  Full details see here

The conference will include a range of best practice sessions, aimed at both those who are new to Streetlaw and those with established Streetlaw programmes. Streetlaw practitioners from the USA will join the conference, who will be facilitating some of the sessions. 

Delegates can follow the links in the attached document or from the conference website (http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/streetlaw2016) to book their place. Places are limited so it is indicated to book early to avoid disappointment. 

GREAT SUCCESS: 4th ENCLE Conference in Valencia (Spain), 27th and 28th October 2016

The 4th ENCLE Conference entitled “Clinical Legal Education and Access to Justice for all: from asylum seekers to excluded communities” took place at the Faculty of Law, University of Valencia on the 27th and 28th October 2016 in Valencia (Spain).

The conference brought around 120 clinicians together from across Europe and abroad (more then 20 countries) to discuss all aspects of teaching and learning, learn from each other and share best practices on how to improve legal eductaion and at the same time, the access to justice to, in particular, vulnerable persons, through clinical legal education. 

The conference poster is available under the following link: 4th ENCLE Conference Poster.

The conference brochure is available under the following link: Conference Brochure

 

4th ENCLE Conference - 27th and 28th October 2016 @ Faculty of Law, University of Valencia (Spain)

“Clinical Legal Education and Access to Justice for all: from asylum seekers to excluded communities”

The European Network for Clinical Legal Education (ENCLE) will host its annual conference at the Faculty of Law, University of Valencia, Valencia (Spain). The conference aims to bring clinicians together from across Europe to discuss all aspects of teaching and learning, learn from each other and share best practices on how to improve the access to justice to, in particular, vulnerable persons, through clinical legal education.

Given the on-going influx of refugees in Europe and the fact, that more and more law clinics are focusing their work on the support to refugees and asylum seekers, ENCLE is particularly encouraging papers dealing with CLE and access to justice for refugees and asylum seekers.

The conference will include a range of sessions including workshops, paper presentations, plenaries and panel discussions. The sessions will be designed to encourage participation, stimulate discussion, share best practices and enhance the clinical movement across Europe.

The Brochure of the 4th ENCLE Conference can be downloaded here.

The Call for Paper is available here

Conference of the Italian CLE network - Bergamo

On the 30th May, the Italian Network for Clinical Legal Education ("Rete delle Cliniche Legali in Italia") is holding its annual meeting. The Conference (please see the Conference flyer) is organised by the Law Deppartment of the University of Bergamo in partnership with other Italian Universities and with ENCLE. 

The Conference is focusing in particular on law clinics which implement an multidisciplinary approach.